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Practical Tips from the Scriptures

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Whether you’re religious, spiritual, or just striving to live your life as a good person, the scriptures offer several practical tips that you can use to enrich your daily life. In fact, Acts 1:8 Ministry, a Christian non-profit organization, draws upon the scriptures for inspiration to spread kindness to people from all backgrounds and faiths.

Below, Acts 1:8 Ministry shares a few tips that you can incorporate into your daily life to help improve your life and those around you.

Do Not Cast the First Stone

Jesus Christ's advice is a reminder that nobody is perfect. For this reason, you cannot point the finger at anybody for their transgressions. Keep in mind that it is human to err. But remember that it is divine to forgive. So do not take anyone's mistakes or small sins to heart, and let them pass magnanimously.

Do Unto Others

Treat other people in the same manner, you wish to be treated. This Biblical advice can help to prevent us from acting superior and rude. It is wise to show empathy and treat other people considerately. They will surely return the favor, which will pave the way to build fulfilling relationships.

Do Thine Allotted Work

You can control what you do, but not the results. Sometimes, a person's hard work does not get due recognition and reward for various reasons. In such cases, we can apply the advice from Lord Krishna, and continue to perform our allotted tasks with sincerity without worrying about the rewards.

Everything Happens for the Best

God’s will is present in all things and ultimately is righteous. This applies to the past, present, and future. You can remember this divine reassurance whenever you feel hard done by destiny. Bad things happen to everybody, but you should try to see the silver lining in the dark cloud and feel as optimistic as possible.

Be Still

The Bible instructs us to "be still" to know God. This can be taken as an appeal to practice meditation. Meditators learn to keep their bodies still, and with consistent practice, they can quiet the thought flow in their minds. A still mind is a divine mind. Therefore, try to practice a basic meditation technique to find inner peace and happiness.

Image of God

The Bible reminds us that humans are made in the image of God. However, we forget our divinity in the hustle and bustle of daily life. Try to rise above petty thinking and actions. Affirm to yourself that you are a divine being and act accordingly. Thus, this Biblical tip can help to elevate our thoughts and actions.

Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem means "seize the day" in Latin. It is not a quote from any scripture but echoes Buddha's teaching that one should learn to live wisely in the present. Do not waste your time worrying about the past or future. Make good use of the present day and moment and do your duties sincerely. Learn to take each day as it comes and make the most of it.


As these tips indicate, religious scriptures contain invaluable advice that can be put to effective use in our daily life. Read more quotations from the scriptures to glean relevant and practical tips that can help you think and act wisely every day.

About Acts 1:8 Ministry: Acts 1:8 Ministry aims to make it easy for Christians to share their faith and provide outreach across the globe. The Planned Acts of Christian Kindness® (P.A.C.K.®) Program allows Christians to spread the love of God in an easy and non-threatening way. The organization’s primary focus is to provide free evangelism tools to care, share and connect people to Christ through Christian kindness.

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